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Coming of Age, Drama
After the death of his mother 11-year-old Stet is sent to an all boys choir school. Struggling to fit in and cope with the demands of an intimidating Choirmaster, Stet becomes the object of bullying. Keen to stand up for himself he focuses on learning music to the highest ability, coached by a sympathetic tutor who recognises Stet’s singing talent and the Choirmaster pushing him to his limits. Putting classical music at the forefront of Stet’s personal journey, the film doesn’t shy away from difficult musical references and features challenging vocal performances that offer a fresh and emotive angle on the well-trodden underdog story.
The arrival of an unorthodox, inspiring teacher to a conservative '50s boarding school has a huge, controversial impact in this famed, touching drama.
11–16 years 123 mins
Heartwarming film about an ambitious composer who takes a teaching job to tide him over, and finds that the job becomes his main passion.
11+ years 143 mins
Sweet, sentimental film about a great orchestra conductor reflecting on his school days, where an eccentric teacher instilled a love of music in him.
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